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Defense review to focus on handling of irregular threats

Officials to recommend more resources for fighting terrorism and protecting against weapons of mass destruction.

Administration announces new border screening initiatives

State Department plans to begin testing passport card by the end of the year.

Military's monthly Iraq costs rose during fiscal 2005

Increase doesn’t necessarily mean Pentagon will need substantially more supplemental funding, analysts say.

Bureaucracy hinders 9/11 commission recommendations

Congressional resistance and lack of funding also slow implementation of panel's recommended reforms.

TSA awards contract to keep technology services program going

Sole-source contract, worth up to $750 million, goes to Unisys Corp.

Army Reserve may face troop cuts

Chief supports planned cuts, distinguishing himself from his colleagues in state National Guard units.

Civil liberties board has yet to get off the ground

Panel mandated by 2004 intelligence reform law will balance executive branch power, citizen rights.

Insurance industry debates federal role in disaster coverage

Some do not think the government should serve as a backstop.

DHS bureau gets first permanent chief financial officer

Move indicates commitment to overcoming fiscal problems that have plagued Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Report sheds light on hurricane fraud investigations

Agency inspectors general detail errors uncovered, including accounting mistake that cost FEMA more than $3 million.